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FVZA: Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency

Like Vampires?  Like Zombies?  Then David Hine's FVZA is the book for you!

Batwoman: Elegy

Just in time for the end of Pride Month, e_galston reviews the GLAAD Award winning Batwoman: Elegy, by Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams III

Review Group - Bullet to the Head #1

thefourthman had the pick for new comics shipping June 23rd and he selected Bullet to the Head #1 by MATZ and Colin Wilson.

Cleaning the Plate for 6/23/10 - Spoilers

This week I review all DC titles, with very mixed results.

Review: Tales From the Fringe #1

Jude Terror reviews Tales From the Fringe, based on the future cult classic television show Fringe.

Superman #700 Review

Superman reaches an important milestone. So why is this book mainly about Robin?

Royal Reviews: Power Girl #13

Royal Nonesuch has your review of the new jumping-on point for POWER GIRL, published by DC Comics!

The Spinrack: Retro Reviews #9

GLX presents another edition of The Spinrack: Retro Reviews!

Review Group - New New Avengers #1

John Snow had the pick for new comics shipping June 16th and since there was absolutely positively nothing better he selected New New Avengers #1 by Brian Michael Bendis, Stuart Immonen and Laura...

The Spinrack: Retro Reviews #8

GLX is back with The Spinrack: Retro Reviews! Check out GLX's thoughts on some old first issues.

So I Finally Saw.. The Order of the Black Eagle (1987)

James Bond meets Adolf Hitler more or less. Plus a baboon killing some damn Nazis. There I got Lord Simian's attention in seeing this film.

Better Late Than Never: Avengers Prime #1 and Hawkeye and Mockingbird #1

Erik Galston takes a look at Avengers Prime #1 and Hawkeye and Mockingbird. Better late than never!

DeadLord Weekly Review - 6/16/10 - Spoilers

DeadFett is back with all Marvel reviews.

Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard #1

David Petersen brought along some friends for the next chapter in his masterwork.  Lee takes a look.